Nissan recalls over 215,000 vehicles in U.S. for fire concern
Nissan is recalling 215,124 vehicles in the U.S. over an anti-lock brake pump defect that may increase the risk of a fire. Nissan told owners to park their vehicles outdoors.
Longtime Ford finance whiz Schloss to retire
Neil Schloss, the treasurer who helped Ford steer through the Great Recession without going into bankruptcy, will retire at the end of the year after 36 years with the company.
Tesla Model 3 aces NHTSA's crash tests
The Tesla Model 3 sedan has been awarded five stars in all crash tests conducted by NHTSA.
Magna selling fluid pressure, controls unit to South Korean supplier for $1.23 billion
About 4,200 Magna employees at 10 operations in North America, Europe and Asia will transition to Hanon Systems in one of the biggest acquisitions of an overseas car parts unit by a South Korean company.
Tesla's retail strategy questioned by Jackson
Tesla could have avoided its recent struggle delivering cars to customers quickly if it hadn't insisted on handling its own retailing, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson said.
Aston Martin to expand hypercar lineup with '003'
Aston Martin plans to expand its hypercar lineup with a coupe code-named the 003. Sales of the 003 will be limited to 500 units and its price is expected to be below that of its sister model, the Valkyrie, which cost $2.6 million when it launched last year.
Aston Martin plans October IPO worth up to $6.7 billion
Aston Martin says it is seeking a valuation of up to 5.07 billion pounds ($6.7 billion) from a public stock offering in October. The automaker is expected to publish a prospectus on Thursday.
VW rejects Trump envoy's take on Iran pullout
Volkswagen rejected a report suggesting it had decided against doing business in Iran after coming under pressure from Donald Trump's ambassador to Germany, saying its position had not changed.
GM ignition switch criminal case dismissed
A federal judge in New York dismissed a criminal case brought against General Motors in 2015 over the company's handling of an ignition-switch defect linked to 124 deaths.
Cadillac to expand V-series performance subbrand
Cadillac is expanding its V-series performance subbrand starting with the arrival of the CT6-V in the spring. The V-series expansion comes as Cadillac prepares to introduce a new or redesigned vehicle every six months through 2021
Lincoln MKT to linger on as livery staple
The MKT, known almost exclusively for commercial fleet sales, will remain in Lincoln's lineup after its replacement, the Aviator, debuts next year.
Jackson: Auto industry is 'freaking out' over the prospect of tariffs
The auto industry fears that President Donald Trump's threats to place tariffs on vehicles coming into the U.S. could drive the economy into a recession, the head of the largest auto retailer in America said.
NAFTA deal unlikely this week, raising tariff fears
NAFTA talks are picking up again but a deal is unlikely to be reached this week -- increasing the odds the latest deadline will be missed amid Donald Trump's threat to freeze Canada out.
ZF plans $14 billion autonomous vehicle push, concept van
German auto supplier ZF Friedrichshafen said it is developing its own self-driving vehicle technology in the latest sign of how technology shifts are upending traditional roles in the auto industry.
In a world of robots, automakers are hiring more humans
Of the 13 publicly traded automakers with at least 100,000 workers at the end of their most-recent fiscal year, 11 had more staff compared with 2013, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Tesla criminal probe into Musk tweet may open Pandora's box
Now that federal prosecutors have a toehold on their investigation, they can dig in to look for other signs of misconduct at Tesla.
Tesla faces U.S. criminal probe over Musk statements, report says
Tesla Inc. is under investigation by the Justice Department over public statements made by the company and CEO Elon Musk, two people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
MBUX tech helps Mercedes turn A class into 'gateway' vehicle
The Mercedes-Benz A-class compact sedan, expected to arrive in U.S. showrooms early next year, is the brand's new "gateway" vehicle -- designed to draw the next generation of customers.
China slaps tariffs on $60 billion of U.S. goods as trade war escalates
China announced retaliatory tariffs against $60 billion of U.S. goods, sharply escalating their trade conflict as the Trump administration considers imposing duties on almost all Chinese imports.
Ferrari's plan through 2022 includes 15 new models, hybrids, retail price growth
Ferrari plans to launch 15 new models by 2022, and the company expects the average retail price for its vehicles to increase "significantly."
Audi's 2019 e-tron crossover to start at $75,795
When it arrives in U.S. dealerships in the second quarter of next year, the 2019 Audi e-tron will boast a 95-kilowatt-hour battery, full-time all-wheel drive and a host of interconnected goodies.